This unusual book presents the world of excavations as art and theatre. The majority of this slim volume presents images from Mark Dion's Tate Thames Dig on the Thames foreshore in 1999 accompanied by texts by archaeologists and artists, notably Colin Renfrew, Jonathan Cotton and Robert Williams, on the merit of science as art and Thames finds, among other subjects.
Mark Dion: Archeaology
Publisher: Black Dog Publishing, London
Dimensions: 7.8 x 0.4 x 10.2 in
Pages: 101 pages